Thanks to TV reality shows, some sellers may well be daunted by new takes on open houses.
That needn’t be the case.
The first thing that sellers must keep in mind is that they must not be present at an open house.
Not only does their presence tend to intimidate buyers into keeping closet doors shut, it also tends to cause mouths to shut as well. Buyers at open houses don’t get to think out loud with a seller in their orbit, notes San Francisco broker Tara-Nicholle Nelson in one of her characteristically good posts on Trulia’s site.
Other of her tips include the following: Continue reading